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sound spectrogram


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A diagram produced by a sound spectrograph showing the intensities of the frequency components of a sound as a function of time, with time represented on the horizontal axis, frequency on the vertical axis, and intensity by the darkness of the line. Often called a speech spectrogram when representing speech sounds. [From Latin spectrum a spectacle, from spectare to watch, from specere to look at + Greek gramme a line]

Subjects: Psychology.


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